Accelerator Technology Corporation

Company Information

Company Name
Accelerator Technology Corporation
Address
9701 Valley View Dr.
College Station, TX, 77845-7158
Phone
1 979-255-5531
URL
n/a
DUNS
799008727
Number of Employees
4

Award Totals

PROGRAM/PHASE
AWARD AMOUNT ($)
NUMBER OF AWARDS
SBIR Phase I
$924,991.00
10
SBIR Phase II
$328,600.00
1
STTR Phase I
$100,000.00
2
STTR Phase II
$328,063.00
1
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Award List

  1. Ultra-High-Density Arrays for Genome Research

    Amount: $51,600.00

    We will develop porous silicon based detector chips for the identification of biomoleculefragments. Patches of porous silicon on a silicon wafer act as active sieves, loaded with taggingmolecules, whe ...

    SBIR Phase I 1994 Department of Health and Human Services
  2. Electronic Pasteurization of Meat Patties

    Amount: $50,000.00

    Accelerator Technology Corp. proposes to develop a compact, cost-effective elctron-beam disinfestation system for pasteurization of meat patties. The system is designed to be integrated into the prod ...

    SBIR Phase I 1996 Department of Agriculture
  3. Virtual-Impact Particle Sizing for Precursor Powders of Nb3Sn and Bi-2212 Superconductors

    Amount: $100,000.00

    Particle size distribution is one of the critical parameters in fabricating high-performance, fine-filament superconductors of Nb3Sn and Bi-2212 using the powder-in-tube (PIT) technique. Even a few l ...

    STTR Phase I 2001 Department of Energy
  4. Continuous Formation of Ta Barrier and Cu Sheath of Nb3Sn Subelements

    Amount: $100,000.00

    70576 The Nb3Sn superconductor is an enabling technology that will determine the future of high-energy hadron colliders for high energy physics research. Unfortunately, the cost of the Nb3Sn supe ...

    SBIR Phase I 2002 Department of Energy
  5. Virtual Impact Sizing for Precursor Powders of Nb3Sn and Bi-2212 Superconductors

    Amount: $0.00

    65438 Large particles must be efficiently removed from powders used to fabricate superconducting wire. The presence of even a trace amount of large particles can ruin the superconducting prope ...

    STTR Phase I 2002 Department of Energy
  6. Virtual Impact Sizing for Precursor Powders of Nb3Sn and Bi-2212 Superconductors

    Amount: $328,063.00

    65438 Large particles must be efficiently removed from powders used to fabricate superconducting wire. The presence of even a trace amount of large particles can ruin the superconducting prope ...

    STTR Phase II 2002 Department of Energy
  7. SiC/HT-9 MMC Composite Tubes for Fuel Cladding

    Amount: $100,000.00

    73043S03-I The cladding of fuel rods for Gen IV nuclear reactors must operate under extremely harsh conditions: high temperature (up to 1000 C in some designs), radiation damage from both fast and t ...

    SBIR Phase I 2003 Department of Energy
  8. Extrusion of Tin Hole in Subelements for Internal-Tin Nb3Sn Superconductor

    Amount: $100,000.00

    73042S03-I Nb3Sn superconductor is a key enabling technology that will determine the feasibility of high-energy hadron colliders for high energy physics research. However, the cost of Nb3Sn supercon ...

    SBIR Phase I 2003 Department of Energy
  9. Inert-Gas Buffering for Particle Size Separation of Superconductor Precursor Powders

    Amount: $100,000.00

    78953 In the fabrication of powder-in-tube (PIT) Nb3Sn superconductors, needed for high energy physics applications, the particle size distribution limits the final filament size to which the strand c ...

    SBIR Phase I 2005 Department of Energy
  10. Inert-Gas Buffering for Particle Size Separation of Superconductor Precursor Powders

    Amount: $328,600.00

    The removal of all particles over a desired micron-scale size threshold from a powder sample is critical to the development of fine-filament, powder-in-tube superconducting wires, for which the final ...

    SBIR Phase II 2006 Department of Energy

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